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All NCTSN Resources

The following resources on child trauma were developed by the NCTSN. To find a specific topic or resource, enter keywords in the search box, or filter by resource type, trauma type, language, or audience.

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Understanding Refugee Trauma: For School Personnel

Type: Fact Sheet

Outlines different considerations that school personnel need to take into account when working with refugee youth and their families. This fact sheet describes the school, classroom, individual, and family considerations that school staff should understand when working with this population.

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Guiding Youth Through Loss and Betrayal

Type: Webinar

Depicts a client as she reveals during her first therapy session that she discovered her adoptive mother hid letters from her biological mother. This webinar shows a therapist and client working through the clinical dilemma presented and walks providers through ways to handle the situation.

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Supporting Military Children with Traumatic Grief

Type: Webinar

Provides an overview of issues specific to military culture and family life, describes two models for treating military children with traumatic grief, and highlights a service member's experience.

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The NCTSN Impact: Creating a Trauma-Informed Nation

Type: Video

Offers a look at how the NCTSN has impacted the children and families it serves. This video includes snippets of Network members talking about being a part of the Network and how it has changed the work they do with children.

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Reconnecting a Family Torn Apart by Violence and Addiction

Type: Webinar

Focuses on a family that is required to seek therapy after the parents get in a physical altercation while intoxicated. This webinar shows a family therapy session with a teenage child where a father learns from his wife that she is questioning her gender identity.

Partner-In Resource

Trinka ak Sam Nan Yon Jounen Anpil Van ak Lapli

Type: Special Resource

Offers parents and caregivers a way to talk with their children about hurricanes. This children’s book describes some of Trinka's and Sam’s reactions to a hurricane, talks about how their parents help them express their feelings and feel safer.